Booking 28-12-2017 “Good birding” Loved the place, bird life was excellent

Booking 28-12-2017 “Good birding” Loved the place, bird life was excellent   BOOK NOW! for November, December, and January. You may also do advanced booking for February, March, and April. Postal Address: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, PO Box 61 Karumba Queensland 4891 Tel: (07) 4745 9277 Fax (07) 4745 9480 E-mail info@sunsetcp.com.au https://www.sunsetcp.com.au Tags: #LesWilsonBarramundiCentre #BarramundiCentre #BarraCentre #Fishing #Visitors #Travel […]

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Here are the reasons why hundreds of thousands of Visitors Come Back Karumba

Here are the reasons why hundreds of thousands of Visitors Come Back Karumba The Barramundi Discovery Centre is an essential place to visit in Karumba. You can’t miss the huge sign as you travel down Yappar Sreet past the port facility of Oz Minerals. The Barramundi Discovery Centre is a non-profit, registered charity and receives donations from various groups including […]

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Coming to Karumba Why 2018 will be Special for Everyone?

Why 2018 will be Special for Everyone? How to Catch Barramundi Rigs and Techniques A 6-15kg braided mainline fished on a bait-casting outfit is a good setup. The most common fishing method with Barramundi is hard-bodied lures with a slow, twitching retrieve with occasional hard twitches. Anything from minnows to shads or rattling lures can be successful. Other methods include […]

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Tripadvisor Testimonial 15 Nov 2017 Had a really nice stay here

Tripadvisor Testimonial 15 Nov 2017 Had a really nice stay here Had a really nice stay here Tripadvisor: Stayed in a villa here , very comfortable and clean, we enjoyed sitting on the balcony watching the lovely sunsets. The management were friendly and helpful, the park was well-situated and we had a quiet, restful break here. Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a […]

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Fish species in the Gulf of Carpentaria – Karumba & Normanton areas

Fish species in the Gulf of Carpentaria – Karumba & Normanton areas Barramundi              The Lates calcarifer, better known as the Barramundi is one of Australia’s most splendid sportfish. A striking silver, large scaled and predatory fish, the barramundi can grow to huge sizes, with specimens recorded over 45kg and up to 150cm (1.5 metre) in length. A common saying is one […]

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Karumba is already well known as a recreational fishing mecca and birdwatchers paradise

Karumba is already well known as a recreational fishing mecca and birdwatchers paradise Karumba is located in the Gulf of Carpentaria in Queensland, Australia. Situated on the mouth of the Norman River, the charming port town of Karumba is already well known as a recreational fishing mecca and birdwatchers paradise. Whilst Karumba is fast becoming a must do destination for […]

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Come to Karumba to enjoy prawns, barramundi, Spanish Mackerel, salmon, mud crabs, Sunset and more

Come to Karumba to enjoy prawns, barramundi, Spanish Mackerel, salmon, mud crabs, Sunset and more Welcome to Carpentaria Shire – where the Outback meets the Sea. Carpentaria Shire is located on the Savannah Way in North Western Queensland in the south eastern region of the Gulf of Carpentaria. The region is uniquely placed to offer residents and visitors opportunities and […]

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Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park If you want the best fishing in Australia

Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park If you want the best fishing in Australia Gulflander A Unique Service The initial train service was worked by steam train four days a week, being reduced after 1894 to three. Every three weeks the timetable was varied to coincide with the arrival of the mail steamer to the Port of Normanton. In the early […]

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The most popular event of the Christmas season is called Carols by Candlelight

The most popular event of the Christmas season is called Carols by Candlelight   Australia is the Land Down Under, where the seasons are opposite to ours. When Australians celebrate Christmas on December 25, it is during summer vacation. Most of Australia is a hot, dry desert, known as the Outback. The grassy or marshy savannas are called the Bush. […]

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